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No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom Album

No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom Album

  • Performer: No Doubt
  • Genre: Rock / Reggae / Funk / Pop
  • Title: Tragic Kingdom
  • Released: 1995
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • Catalog: 92580-1
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2536 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2689 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
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1The Climb
Saxophone – Gerard Boisse
2Hey You
Keyboards [Additional] – Matthew WilderSitar – Aloke DasGupta
3Just A Girl
Keyboards [Additional] – Matthew Wilder
4You Can Do It
Saxophone – Bill BergmanSaxophone [Baritone Sax] – Greg Smith Trombone – Nick LaneTrumpet – Les Lovitt
Cello – Melissa Hasin
6Don't Speak
Cello – Melissa Hasin
Steel Drums – Stephen Perkins
8End It On This3:45
9Tragic Kingdom
Saxophone – Gerard Boisse
10Happy Now?3:43
11Sunday Morning4:33
12Excuse Me Mr3:04
13Different People
Saxophone – Gerard Boisse
14World Go 'Round
Saxophone – Bill BergmanSaxophone [Baritone Sax] – Greg Smith Trombone – Nick LaneTrumpet – Les Lovitt


  • BassTony Kanal
  • Drums, PercussionAdrian Young
  • GuitarTom Dumont
  • Mastered ByRobert Vosgien
  • Mixed ByDavid J. Holman, Paul Palmer
  • Percussion [Additional]Gabrial McNair
  • Photography ByDaniel Arsenault
  • Piano, KeyboardsEric Stefani
  • ProducerMatthew Wilder
  • Recorded ByGeorge Landress (tracks: 3, 6, 7), John Potoker (tracks: 11 to 13), Matt Hyde (tracks: 1, 2, 13), Phil Kaffel (tracks: 3 to 10, 14), Ray Blair (tracks: 5)
  • TromboneGabrial McNair
  • TrumpetPhil Jordan
  • VocalsGwen Stefani


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